Yearly Archives: 2016
ebates between mainstream scientists and silver-tongued opponents cannot be won by the side of truth no matter how obvious the fallacies may be to an expert.—Steven Sherwood, Director of Climate Change Research Centre, Sydney, Australia The scientists’ dilemma nvironmental scientists … Continue reading
e have added a new page that discusses government borrowing from the Bank of Canada and the myth that this would cause inflation. You can find the essay here.
New QI Presentation Although we had decided to stop giving our presentations, BC Nature sent us a request and, because they had previously adopted a position on economic growth, which makes a powerful statement in support of sustainability, we chose … Continue reading
2016–2019 Federal Sustainable Development Strategy Public consultation has just ended for the government’s draft 2016–2019 Federal Sustainable Development Strategy. The draft’s “vision for a sustainable Canada includes a strong and growing economy, healthy ecosystems that are protected from pollution and … Continue reading